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Vanilla planifolia

Vanilla derived from orchids of the genus Vanilla. The word vanilla, derived from the Spanish word vaina (vaina itself meaning pod), is translated simply as "little pod"

Vanilla albida Blume

Vanilla albida Blume

Vanilla planifolia Jackson ex Andrews

Vanilla planifolia Jackson ex Andrews

Vanilla planifolia Jackson ex Andrews

Vanilla planifolia Jackson ex Andrews

West Indian vanilla (vanilla pompona) is one of only three species of vanilla orchid that are grown commercially. While there are many other vanilla spp. with fragrant fruit that might also be worth experimentation this one is valuable for its reliable and free flowering nature. Vanilla vines are commonly cultivated in forests where they're grow on and up citrus and banana plants, or local trees such as mahogany. Zone 10-11

West Indian vanilla (vanilla pompona) is one of only three species of vanilla orchid that are grown commercially. While there are many other vanilla spp. with fragrant fruit that might also be worth experimentation this one is valuable for its reliable and free flowering nature. Vanilla vines are commonly cultivated in forests where they're grow on and up citrus and banana plants, or local trees such as mahogany. Zone 10-11

The Vanilla Bean Orchid. Learn all about vanilla and how to grow it yourself here, http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/12993/the-vanilla-bean-orchid#

Ever thought about growing your own vanilla beans? Wonderful article explains everything. The vanilla bean orchid. Photo by mmmavacado under the Creative Commons Attribution License

Vanilla albida Blume

Vanilla albida Blume

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